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Firefighters save dog with mouth-to-snout resuscitation

D61_thumb By George | February 08, 2012 | Comments (11)

These amazing firefighters saved a dog with mouth-to-snout resuscitation after the dog was caught in a blaze in the family home in Wausau, Wisconsin. The family was away from the home when the fire broke out and trapped the family's two cats and pet dog Koda inside.

Firefighters managed to get into the home and get the animals out. They found Koda, a seven-year-old Labrador Retriever in shock, sitting in a rocking chair in the room where the fire is believed to have started.

When they got the dog to safety, they performed mouth-to-snout resuscitation. They also used an oxygen mask to revive him. Koda was taken to two different pet hospitals, staying overnight at the second to recover.

Firefighters rescue dog out of home

Firefighters carry Coda to safety

firefigher administers mouth-to-snout resuscitation

Firefighters resuscitate Coda

firefighters ready Coda for vet

Coda resuscitated and with owner



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Hi Kim, thanks for trying. I had a similar problem at first, when I tried to add a picture. Turns out I was trying to too large a file (it was bigger than 10 MB). DogHeirs said I needed to upload photos that were smaller in size and that were saved in a proper format (saved as: .jpg, .jpeg, .pjpeg, .gif, .png, .xpng). Maybe that will help you.
Im having problems uploading pics to this site for some reason Tina, but you are more then welcome to go to my facebook page and there are alot of healthy Koda pics on there!! Kim Carlson, Wausau, WI or type in my email for facebook, Carlygirl67@yahoo.com
I will post one soon ok Tina:)
Hi Kim, It's great to hear from you! I'm so relieved that Koda is is doing well! Would you have a pic of healthy Koda, you could share? If not, no worries.
Hello Dog and firemen Lovers!! Its Kim Carlson, the owner of the Yellow Labrador named Koda, he was rescued from our house fire on Oct. 18th, by the 2 firemen who performed mouth to snout on him. I just wanted to say that your thoughts and words of kindess for Koda and our family are so appreciated! Koda is doing awesome, and I can honestly say ive never loved a dog more then I do him! He is my best friend!!
Firemen rock!! They really do their jobs for everyone ! This was a tearjerker.
Poor dog. Hope he fully recovered. Thumbs up to the firefighters - well done lads. What would we do without people like you.
This seriously made me tear up. I don't know what I would do if I lost my lab to a house fire. I'm glad those fire fighters could save the animals (:
Thank you so much for saving Coda's guys! well done
AWESOME JOB GUYS YOU ROCK
Yayyyyy! Firefighters are awesome!!
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